It comes as no surprise that the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards (RABDA) should whet our appetite for design with the release of their 2013 shortlist.
July 2nd, 2013
This year’s entries are as diverse as the food and beverage being served within; their whereabouts’ equally as varied, with shortlisted projects across the globe from the world’s leading architects, interior and lighting designers, and hospitality operators.
Camp and Furnace by Smiling Wolf, UK
Shortlisted projects this year hail from far afield as the United Kingdom, Korea, Finland, Peru, United States, Brazil, Romania, Israel, New Zealand and Australia.
Cronus by Doyle Collection, Japan
We are pleased to see an increased representation of Australian designers and their projects on this years shortlist, with the likes of Luchetti Krelle, George Livissianis and Koichi takada amongst those vying for regional prizes.
Tramshed by Waugh Thistleton, UK
As the world’s only awards dedicated exclusively to hospitality design, the esteem that comes with winning a RABDA is matchless.
Biutiful by Twins Studio, Romania
The RABDA finalists will be announced during a ceremony at London’s Farmiloe Building on 12th September 2013. Tickets go on sale today.
Workshop Kitchen and Bar by Soma Architects, USA
Restaurant and Bar Design Awards
(Hero Image: Atrium Champagne Bar by Foster and Partners, UK)
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